Last weekend residents of the Philippine province of South Surigao found drifted 60 km from shore the yacht called Awa with a broken mast, on Board of which there were mumifitsirovalis the remains of 59-year-old German traveler Manfred Fritz Bajorath, deceased, judging by his appearance, a few years ago
About it writes on Monday, on February 29, the British publication Mirror.
Ocean winds as well as heat and salt air have protected the body from decay. The dead man was sitting at the table near the phone, as if before death he tried to signal distress.
The fishermen got inside the boat and found a photo albums, clothing, and documents through which was established the identity of the deceased.
Manfred Bajorat was an experienced, well-travelled sailor. In 2008, he was separated from his wife, who accompanied him in his travels, and then died of cancer. About Biorate nothing has been heard since 2009.
The body of the traveler was taken to Butuan city to conduct postmortem examination, and the yacht was towed into the port Barobo for inspections. According to one expert, died suddenly yachtsman.
Embassy of Germany in Manila is trying to contact the family of Biorat: according to some, his daughter Nina is the captain of the cargo ship.